Miranda

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Mi·ran·da 1

 (mə-răn′də)
n.
A satellite of Uranus.

[After Miranda, , daughter of the magician Prospero in The Tempest by William Shakespeare.]

Mi·ran·da 2

 (mə-răn′də)
adj.
Of or relating to a warning given by police to a criminal suspect advising of the constitutional right against self-incrimination and of the right to have a lawyer present during any interrogation.

[After Ernesto A. Miranda (1940?-1976), petitioner in the case of Miranda v. Arizona (1966).]
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Miranda

(mɪˈrændə)
n
(Celestial Objects) one of the larger satellites of the planet Uranus

Miranda

(Spanish miˈranda)
n
(Biography) Francisco de (franˈsisko de). 1750–1816, Venezuelan revolutionary, who planned to liberate South and Central America from Spain. A leader (1811–12) of the Venezuelan uprising, he surrendered to Spain and died in prison
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Mi•ran•da

(mɪˈræn də)

n.
daughter of Prospero in Shakespeare's The Tempest.
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